Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Enriching Education: Scholaroo's 2022 Student Success Rankings

 The pandemic resulted in SAT and ACT tests being canceled for thousands of students, with future testing continuing to be limited by the pandemic.

This year, a record 1,785 colleges and universities are making SAT and ACT scores optional for enrollment, making up three-fourths of all bachelor-degree institutions in the United States.

So does the SAT and ACT still make a difference for college hopefuls? According to Scholaroo’s 2022 Student Success Rankings - the first Nationwide study to analyze the pandemic’s impact on our public school system, high SAT scores do not correlate with students’ college attendance.


With so many colleges making standardized test scores optional, we asked our scholarships experts how students can stand during the admissions process. “Colleges are looking for well-rounded citizens, students who will shine during their time at college and be model citizens after. With the decline of standardized test scores, it is more important than ever for students to showcase their human side and tell the story of who they are. We recommend students highlight any community involvement and establish a genuine connection with the college or university that want to go to and the major they intend to study.”

For the complete 2022 Student Success rankings and further methodology, please visit:

>> https://scholaroo.com/best-worst-school-systems/

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